Ratings for Dimova, P D

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75

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74
Helpfulness
75
Enthusiasm
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Dimova, P D (COM LIT R1B, Fall 2010)
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82
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71
Helpfulness
50
Enthusiasm
71

Submitted Feb. 17th, 2012

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Dimova, P D (SLAVIC 46, Spring 2011)
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72
Exams
100
Helpfulness
72
Enthusiasm
64

Submitted Dec. 7th, 2011

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Dimova, P D (COM LIT R1B, Fall 2010)
Assignments
82
Exams
75
Helpfulness
100
Enthusiasm
100

Comment: Prof. Dimova was very enthusiastic and knew what she was talking about. She's expects a lot out of our writing, but if you go to her office hours, she's very willing to help you improve. The reading isn't too tough --- you can always participate better in the discussions if you've read. We had, I think, only three papers. We got to rewrite every paper, but if i recall correctly, the 1st draft grade counted. Our topic was "Magic and Metamorphosis" -- I loved our books! 100 yrs of Solitude, Kafka's Metamorphosis, Master and Margarita....

Submitted Oct. 2nd, 2011

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Dimova, P D (SLAVIC 1, Spring 2011)
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82
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100
Enthusiasm
100

Comment: Polina was the sweetest teacher I've ever had. Russian 1 was by far my favorite class of the semester and I can't wait to continue on. It's a pity that Polina will be working somewhere else next semester, but I've only heard great things about everyone else in the Slavic department. Take Russian 1! You won't regret it.

Submitted May 8th, 2011

50
Dimova, P D (COM LIT R1B, Fall 2010)
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50
Exams
56
Helpfulness
50
Enthusiasm
77

Submitted May 3rd, 2011

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Dimova, P D (COM LIT R1B, Fall 2010)
Assignments
91
Exams
50
Helpfulness
78
Enthusiasm
92

Comment: A writing-intensive class; come prepared with the readings to class. She knows plenty about the literature of East Europe and does a fine job of linking all the reading materials to the overall theme of the course. She seems new, but I'm sure she will be a fine professor for future semesters.

Submitted Oct. 13th, 2010